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    Quote Originally Posted by ldiat View Post
    just for FYI and not for the last post.... but i hate the word "baby" pertaining to food. when i used to order bread the baker had "baby rounds" of bread. but i called them "tiny" and baby carrots? Mini carrots baby back ribs? how about young back ribs. just do not like the word "baby" to food just me. nothing to do with the nice post about ribs by KenOC

    ps i know i'm weird
    I know what you mean, I'm the same way. My local deli now has a line of 'cantankerous old fart' food items just for me.

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    Not the last but the next. My wife just made a beautiful artichoke heart and tuna quiche, a big one, lots of eggs, cream, and Swiss and gruyere cheese in a nice shell. Can't wait for breakfast!

    She's Chinese, from Taiwan, but has certainly picked up a few things since. Excellent borscht, for instance.


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    “Prime rib” sandwiches tonight. Salt and pepper a two-pound chuck roast, vacuum bag it, and cook it sous vide at 137F (58c) for 48 hours.

    Pour off and save the liquid that has come out of the meat. Boil it to solidify the stuff you want to get rid of. Strain it into a pan or bowl using a paper towel in a screen strainer. Add an equal amount of chicken or beef stock and then add some soy sauce and pepper to taste, to make the au jus.

    Heat some rolls, slice the meat, and serve the sandwiches along with the au jus and horseradish. Good!

    Yes, chuck roast cooked this way has the texture of prime rib and good flavor as well.


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    Last night, had a big juicy cheeseburger & fries. Due to some pretty bad lipid numbers and inability to take Statins (severe muscle reaction) have had to rely on a strict diet for years which ruled out things like burgers and fries. But now have started the relatively new injectable drug, Repatha, and the ‘bad’ cholesterol is lower than that of a newborn babe!

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    Yesterday I had a chocolate fudge cookie in the morning, then a piece of pizza for lunch followed a couple hours later by a chocolate bar, another chocolate fudge cookie, a chunk of chocolate almond bark, and three hadfulls of crackers. Then around 6 pm I ate another piece of pizza and then around 830 I had two more pieces of pizza and some vegetables, followed by chocolate ice cream.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fritz Kobus View Post
    Yesterday I had a chocolate fudge cookie in the morning, then a piece of pizza for lunch followed a couple hours later by a chocolate bar, another chocolate fudge cookie, a chunk of chocolate almond bark, and three hadfulls of crackers. Then around 6 pm I ate another piece of pizza and then around 830 I had two more pieces of pizza and some vegetables, followed by chocolate ice cream.
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    Egg.

    It says the message is too short so I should make it longer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KenOC View Post
    “Prime rib” sandwiches tonight. Salt and pepper a two-pound chuck roast, vacuum bag it, and cook it sous vide at 137F (58c) for 48 hours.

    Pour off and save the liquid that has come out of the meat. Boil it to solidify the stuff you want to get rid of. Strain it into a pan or bowl using a paper towel in a screen strainer. Add an equal amount of chicken or beef stock and then add some soy sauce and pepper to taste, to make the au jus.

    Heat some rolls, slice the meat, and serve the sandwiches along with the au jus and horseradish. Good!

    Yes, chuck roast cooked this way has the texture of prime rib and good flavor as well.
    sounds good and also like "french dips"

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    Quote Originally Posted by DaveM View Post
    Last night, had a big juicy cheeseburger & fries. Due to some pretty bad lipid numbers and inability to take Statins (severe muscle reaction) have had to rely on a strict diet for years which ruled out things like burgers and fries. But now have started the relatively new injectable drug, Repatha, and the ‘bad’ cholesterol is lower than that of a newborn babe!
    cool! try turkey burgers. i mixed cooked barley, steamed and cool diced carrots and celery(peppers if wanted) S&P and some bread crumbs just to hold togather. form-grill-eat like burger and we served sweet n sour onions on top

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    Quote Originally Posted by atsizat View Post
    Egg.

    It says the message is too short so I should make it longer.
    sounds like the message was implying "egg on your face"

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    Quote Originally Posted by starthrower View Post
    Do you work out a lot, or weigh 300 lbs?
    I am 6'1" weiging 180 pounds before I jump in the shower in the morning and walk about 1 mile a day.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fritz Kobus View Post
    I am 6'1" weiging 180 pounds before I jump in the shower in the morning and walk about 1 mile a day.
    You're thinner than me. I'm 5' 9" and weigh 175. I should be about 160, but I like to eat. I do hit the gym 2-3 times every week so my heart's in good shape.
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    Quote Originally Posted by starthrower View Post
    You're thinner than me. I'm 5' 9" and weigh 175. I should be about 160, but I like to eat. I do hit the gym 2-3 times every week so my heart's in good shape.
    Well, with me it is not a lot of muscle and more than enough fat, have a donut that is easy enough to hide with my height. My pants are tight every evening after dinner.
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    well for the first time ever() i made a "German Pancake". i used a 10" cast iron skillet and it was very good. i had no fruit. but used maple syrup and still nice. and instead of all milk used half coffee flavored cream. the sides puffed very high as i used a electric mixer to beat the eggs. more air to the whites.

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